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Macy's Also Gets Slapped With Racial Discrimination Lawsuit By Black Shopper

Barneys isn't the only store being accused of racial discrimination. Now, Macy's has been slapped with a lawsuit implicating the luxury store of racial profiling.

The New York Post reports that actor Robert Brown, who's most known for his starring role opposite Sean Connery in the film “Finding Forrester," has filled a civil suit for an unspecified sum against the luxury retail store and the New York Police Department, citing that he was unlawfully searched by undercover police officers on June 8, 2013.

The 29 year old, who is black, was stopped after making a purchase at the

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JPMorgan Reaches $5.1 Billion Mortgage Deal With FHFA

JPMorgan Chase, the country's biggest bank by assets, has reached a $5.1 billion settlement with the Federal Housing Finance Agency over alleged violations related to mortgage securities it sold in the lead up to the financial crash:
According to the FHFA's press release on the settlement, JPMorgan will pay $2.74 billion to Freddie Mac and $1.26 billion to Fannie Mae over problematic securities that the bank -- along with Bear Stearns and Washington Mutual -- sold to the two housing giants in the years leading up to the

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McDonald's Drops Heinz Ketchup

In what is sure to be the divorce of the century, McDonald's, the world's largest quick-service chain by sales, is ending its longstanding relationship with Heinz, the world's largest producer of ketchup.

That means that every McDonald's location around the world will soon have to stop serving Heinz ketchup with its fries and burgers. The chain issued the following statement on the decision in an email to The Huffington Post:
“We value the relationship we’ve maintained with Heinz for more than 40 years. As a result of recent management changes at Heinz, we have decided to

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Former Guantanamo Detainee

A former Guantanamo Bay detainee with Al Qaeda ties was in Benghazi the night of the Sept. 11 attack, according to a source on the ground in Libya. 

The source told Fox News that ex-detainee Sufian bin Qumu, who is suspected of running camps in eastern Libya where some of the assailants trained, is also a "respected member" of Ansar al-Sharia -- one of the Islamist groups identified in State Department email traffic two hours after the

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